Lucas Chan lucas at sitepoint.com.au
Thu Feb 13 11:49:21 EST 2003

> If you don't want your password in there then you can't mount it
> automatically (unless you remove the password from and use
> the guest option).

FYI.  I believe there's an option in smbmount where you can put your
password in a (somewhat) secure file in your home directory.  At least,
that's how I do it in Debian.

Better than a punch in the undies.


[ lucas ]

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